Hailing from Brookvale, Chloe played her junior football for Manly Vale before capturing the eye of Manly United.Chloe was part of Football NSW’s Project 22 program for elite youngsters and she impressed enough here to be selected for the Football NSW Institute where she would win the NPLW 1 Premiership in 2014.
Not long after Project 22, Chloe was picked in the Australian U13 train on squad for the 2010 Festival of Football tournament held in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. Now a key component of the Manly United team, the 17-year-old defender is versatile enough to ply her trade in midfield when needed.
Her impressive performances in the NPL and Westfield W-League have seen her rewarded with selection for the U20 Young Matildas and the U19 Matildas squad for the 2015 U19 AFC Women’s Championship, where Australia narrowly missed out on the semi-finals.
Chloe made her W-League debut in the opening round of the Westfield W-League 2014/15 season against Canberra United and was re-signed for the 2015/16 season, scoring her first goal for the Red & Black in a 2-1 win against Newcastle Jets in Round 4 of the 2015/16 season.